On sale this week: Mike Doughty at the Social

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On sale: Friday, Aug. 9

Mike Doughty

6 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 17

The Social

54 N. Orange Ave.

407-246-1419

thesocial.org

$22-$25

 

Down the road:

Hunx and His Punx, Aug. 14 at The Social

Icona Pop, Aug. 16 at House of Blues

The Killers, Aug. 16 at Hard Rock Live

KISS, Aug. 16 at Amway Center

Victoria Justice, Aug. 17 at Hard Rock Live

Ted Nugent, Aug. 19 at House of Blues

Kenan Thompson, Aug. 20 at UCF

The Infamous Mobb Deep, Aug. 20 at The Beacham

Evelynn, Aug. 21 at Backbooth

Backstreet Boys, Aug. 23 at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

Marc Anthony, Aug. 25 at Amway Center

Twiztid, Aug. 26 at The Beacham

Bruno Mars, Aug. 27 at Amway Center

The Dangerous Summer, Aug. 28 at Backbooth

Michael Grimm, Aug. 30 at The Plaza Live

We the Kings, Aug. 30 at House of Blues

Diana Ross, Sept. 3 at Hard Rock Live

Wintersun, Sept. 4 at House of Blues

The Dad Horse Experience, Sept. 5 at Will’s Pub

The Icarus Account, Sept. 7 at Backbooth

Passenger, Sept. 7 at The Social

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Sept. 10 at Hard Rock Live

Pepper, Sept. 12 at House of Blues

Mumford & Sons, Sept. 13 at Special Events Field, St. Augustine

The Vaccines, Sept. 13 at The Social

Myon & Shane 54, Sept. 14 at Firestone Live

Matisyahu, Sept. 17 at Hard Rock Live

For complete show listings, visit our online calendar.

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